Ministry of Environment & Climate Change Strategy
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The Ministry of Environment and Climate Change Strategy is responsible for the effective protection, management and conservation of B.C.’s water, land, air and living resources.
- Climate Leadership Plan
B.C.’s next steps to respond to climate change and how you can contribute.
- Climate Change and Climate Action
Responding to climate change in a timely way is critical. There are various policies, legislation and programs that provide direction for taking action so that we can reduce future impacts.
- Water Sustainability Act
Learn more about updating our current water laws in B.C.
- Park Boundary Proposals
Information on policy, process and guidelines for amending BC Park boundaries.
- Spill Response & Preparedness in B.C.
Public consultation data on improvements to the rules for hazardous material spill preparedness and response in B.C.
- Environmental Emergency Reporting
Any spill that threatens the environmental quality of water, land or air must be reported.
- Roundtable on the Environment & the Economy
Learn more on the creation of this roundtable, and how it provides an opportunity for stakeholder groups to work with the B.C. government on environmental policy priorities.
- Recycling Information
Learn more about packaging and printed paper recycling for residents and businesses.
- Species at Risk Engagement
Learn about successful species at risk projects and provide input on how to improve species at risk management in B.C. Join the discussion and make your voice heard before November 30.
- Environmental Protection & Sustainability
Find information and data related to the ministry’s various services and programs.
- BC Parks
The provincial system of parks is dedicated to the protection of natural environments for the inspiration, use and enjoyment of the public.
- Report All Polluters & Poachers
File a report with the province to report a known or suspected violation.
- Environmental Assessment Office
A neutral agency that manages the review of proposed major projects in British Columbia, as required by the Environmental Assessment Act.
- Air Quality
Information on air quality advisories, programs, and policy.